Phone: (202) 332-4200, ext. 1070
Indalee Clark is the Education Manager for 0-3 (Infants & Toddlers) at CentroNía Columbia Road. She manages day-to-day operations for infant and toddler classrooms, supervises and supports teachers, and engages with parents about their children’s progress and well-being in the program. She holds a degree with a double major in Social Work and Early Childhood education.
With 18 years of experience in the field of early childhood education, Indalee started her career at UDC child development center, where she worked as a classroom teacher while pursuing her degree.
She was also the Center Director at Covenant House Washington and was responsible for the licensing and opening of the site, the hiring of teachers, and ran a program that included children of the families in the community as well as the children of the homeless youth that Covenant House serviced. Her work experience also includes her work with Child Trends, a nonprofit research organization in Bethesda, Maryland, where she was one of their pre-k class assessors for the DCPS school system.
Indalee has been with CentroNía since 2015, starting as an instructional coach with the CentroNía Institute. In 2018 she started working directly as the instructional coach for CentroNía Columbia Road, Cardozo and Upshur teachers. By 2021, she became the center director for CentroNía Stevens ELC up until the summer of 2022.
She is originally from Honduras and loves to travel. Although, while not being able to have any traveling adventures due to the global pandemic, she has embarked in a new adventure, being a parent to a 4 year old toddler!